Caity Lotz Announces Crisis on Earth X TV Crossover Event

Caity Lotz Announces Crisis on Earth X TV Crossover Event

Caity Lotz of Legends of Tomorrow says Crisis on Earth X will be the crossover event. Legends of Tomorrow star Caity Lotz has announced the Crisis on Earth X is the crossover event. It seems like the speculation over what this year’s big CW TV event will be is over. The Legends star posted a photo of the event, expected to begin November 27th, 2017, on her Facebook page. While Earth X has had many…

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Sabrina the Teenage Witch Reboot From Riverdale Team

Sabrina the Teenage Witch Reboot From Riverdale Team

Sabrina the Teenage Witch is getting a reboot from a very familiar team. Riverdale fans rejoice, Sabrina the Teenage Witch is coming back from the team that brought you Riverdale. It seems like the Riverdale universe is expanding. The series will be a companion piece to the successful Archie series. Due to the dark tone of the current series, it appears that this new reboot will follow suit. The Chilling Adventures series will serve as…

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REVIEW: Gasolina #1 – The Darkness Inside Comes Bursting Out

REVIEW: Gasolina #1 – The Darkness Inside Comes Bursting Out

One of the great pleasures of reviewing the first issue of an Image Comic is that feeling that you’re about to see a largely unfiltered vision. I find I’m more willing to take a chance on a #1 from Image than from pretty much any other publisher except for maybe Black Mask. I picked up Gasolina #1 with absolutely no idea what I was in for. And though this debut issue occasionally has a little…

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Barbarella Returns to Comics After 35 Years in New Series From Dynamite!

Barbarella Returns to Comics After 35 Years in New Series From Dynamite!

Just in time for the iconoclastic character’s 55th anniversary, Barbarella is retuning to comics. Dynamite Entertainment is bringing the classic heroine back to comics for her first series in 35 years, written by Mike Carey (“Lucifer,” “Hellblazer,” “X-Men”) with art by Kenan Yarar (“Hilal”). Created in 1962 by Jean Claude Forest, Barbarella was designed to represent a playful look at a modern woman at the cusp of the sexual revolution. Suffused with a sense of mischief, humor…

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ADVANCE REVIEW: Wonder Woman ’77 Meets the Bionic Woman #6 – Sisters Are Doin’ It for Themselves

ADVANCE REVIEW: Wonder Woman ’77 Meets the Bionic Woman #6 – Sisters Are Doin’ It for Themselves

Wonder Woman ’77 Meets the Bionic Woman #6 displays the same charm, heart and earnest sense of fun that enlivened this miniseries from the beginning. There’s nothing easier than coasting on nostalgia, but writer Andy Mangels and artist Judit Tondora have only used the warm feeling generated by the respective source materials as their starting point. The main reason the issue, and the series as a whole, has worked so well is how well-structured and…

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The Adult Jean Grey Returns to the Marvel Universe in “Phoenix Resurrection”

The Adult Jean Grey Returns to the Marvel Universe in “Phoenix Resurrection”

It’s been 13 years since writer Grant Morrison killed off Jean Grey in the climax of his legendary run on “New X-Men,” and today Marvel Comics announced that the adult version of the character will return in Phoenix Resurrection, from writer Matthew Rosenberg (“4 Kids Walk Into A Bank,” “Secret Warriors”) and artist Leinil Yu (“Secret Empire,” “Superior”). The series will also see five yet-to-be-revealed superstar artists contributing their takes on Jean Grey as well. Phoenix…

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Krypton Series Finds Its Adam Strange in Shaun Sipos

Krypton Series Finds Its Adam Strange in Shaun Sipos

The Superman prequel series Krypton has cast someone to play Adam Strange. The upcoming series Krypton has cast Shaun Sipos as Adam Strange. It seems like Adam Strange is going to be spending time on the doomed planet. Strange will travel back in time to help Superman’s grandfather achieve the respect that the House of El eventually achieves. While there’s been no news on casting for the villain, it can’t be far behind. Strange first…

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Riverdale Releases a New Trailer for Season 2 Called Motive

Riverdale Releases a New Trailer for Season 2 Called Motive

*Spoiler Alert for the series finale* The CW’s newest TV hit Riverdale has released a new trailer. Riverdale, based on the iconic Archie comics, has released a new trailer for the upcoming season 2. It seems like the new season which ended on quite the cliffhanger will focus on the motivations of each character. While Jason Blossom’s killer was revealed, the reason why wasn’t entirely clear. It’s also unclear why FP was so willing to…

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Superman Fights Against Anti-Immigrant Americans to Protect Immigrants

Superman Fights Against Anti-Immigrant Americans to Protect Immigrants

A new Superman comic has him protecting immigrants, one week after the end of DACA. Superman‘s latest comic book has the character fighting anti-immigration Americans to protect immigrants. It seems like the hero of truth and justice is fighting for illegal immigrants. The comic comes shortly after the United States ended a program which helps illegal immigrants with a path to citizenship. DACA or the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals helped children of illegal immigrants…

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REVIEW: Mister Miracle #2 – Jello and Atrocities With Granny Goodness

REVIEW: Mister Miracle #2 – Jello and Atrocities With Granny Goodness

Writer Tom King and artist Mitch Gerads scored a major critical and popular hit with the debut issue of this mini-series, and so expectation for Mister Miracle #2 were understandably high. So, does the second issue live up to the debut? Good news, faithful readers, King and Gerads continue to deliver one of the best books of the year with Mister Miracle #2. Issue 1 concluded with a profoundly troubled and unsettled Scott Free returning…

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